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Morehouse Bridge
Broadalbin, NY - Fulton County

Morehouse Bridge Closeup
Morehouse Bridge

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Bridge Statistics
Region:  Capital - Saratoga
County:  Fulton
Town:  Broadalbin
Locality:  Village of Broadalbin
Position - Lat: 
N 43 03.233º
W 74 11.784º
Owner:  Douglas Morehouse
Bridge Carries:  Foot Trail
Bridge Crosses:  Pond
Bridge Traffic:  Pedestrian
Superstructure Type:  Stringer
Year Built:  1991
Builder:  Douglas Morehouse
Structure Characteristics:  Length:  24'-0"
Width: Unknown
Lanes: 1
Posted Load: None
Posted Vertical Clearance: None
World Guide No.: 32-18-C
National Register of Historic Places Date:
Not Applicable

This bridge is East of the Village of Vail Mills on a private land just off NY29. It was built as a replica of the Copleland Bridge in Edinburg. The Morehouse bridge crosses a small pond. It is a stringer span with a length of 24 feet. Built in 1991 by Douglas Morehouse, this is not an historic covered bridge.

Easy to photograph by walking down NY29. Mr. Morehouse was cutting his lawn, let us photograph bridge.

Parking available on Second Avenue.

Truss / Arch


No photo available

Location Map

Location Map for Morehouse Bridge

Near Vail Mills, from the intersection of NY 29 and NY30, travel east on NY29 one half mile heading east. On left near Second Avenue. This bridge is in the town of Broadalbin, Fulton County.

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